Brimming with set pieces, designed to the absolute hilt, impeccably styled, roaring with music: an abundance of delights in Luhrmann’s latest
While beautifully shot, Men is let down by a clumsy final act, failing not only its heroine but perhaps women everywhere.
Tom Cruise brings returns to the role that made him a superstar in this sequel that surpasses the original while respecting the legacy it started.
The Dreaming Path • The Widow of Walcha • Reckoning
François Ozon signs touching and poignant drama about a daughter assisting her sickly father to die with dignity. With Sophie Marceau.
Colin Firth and Matthew Mcfayden bring class and dignity to this British adaption of one of the most implausible episodes of espionage in WWII. It…
Céline Sciamma follows her critical behemoth, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, with a modest, humble and whimsical time-travel story about daughters and mothers.
Colin Farrell contemplates what makes him human, in this beautifully shot, philosophical sci-fi drama. Directed by Kongonada and score by Ryuichi Sakamoto.
Bloody, brutal, but intensely entertaining, Robert Eggers’s Viking epic delivers on its promises. With Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman and Ethan Hawke.
A sci-fi, universe-hopping, mind-bending creative fest is also one of the most personal and relatable films we’re likely to see this year. Starring Michelle Yeoh.
Quiet and contemplative as always, the Thai master Apichatpong Weerasethakul brings us another visual poem, this time with the help of a dedicated Tilda Swinton.